TEP awarded in grants to help nonprofit groups in eastern Arizona communities near TEP’s Springerville Generating Station.
TEP has a longstanding tradition of promoting volunteerism to all ages.
TEP awarded $125,000 in grants to help nonprofit groups develop educational opportunities for kids, care for our environment and assist those in need.
TEP employees will support reading at the upcoming Tucson Festival of Books.
TEP volunteers helped install free smoke detectors in the homes of limited-income Flowing Wells residents.
Frank E. “Red” Russell wasn’t just a company founder and its first manager. He also served on the Tucson City Council, helped start Tucson’s volunteer fire department and served as fire chief from 1898 to 1903 and again from 1905 to 1906. As if he wasn’t busy enough, Red also sold and repaired electrical equipment,
Many well-known Tucsonans have served on Tucson Electric Power’s board of directors, including Albert Steinfeld, Hiram Corbett, Carlos Ronstadt, John Sundt, John P. Schaefer, Katheryn Dusenberry, Jose Canchola and Donald Shropshire. The current board of TEP’s parent company is led by University of Arizona basketball legend Robert A. Elliott, President of Elliott Accounting.